Tag: Blogs

Articles with useful links to blogs of teachers who travel and travelers who teach, to help you see the world and find Global Education resources.

Teaching English in China: Halloween costumes!

Don’t Love Teaching Abroad? It Can Still Lead to Great Opportunities!

Shannon in China, while teaching abroad there. Teaching Traveling: Not sure if teaching abroad is right for you? Meet Shannon, a Philadelphia native who tried teaching ESL in Asia, and realized it wasn’t a match for her, but used it […]

/ January 17, 2018
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These roots grow deep: born and raised in sunny So-Cal.

Peace Corps Alum Teaches Positive Body Image as a Solo Black Female Traveler

Meredith skydiving in San Diego, right before entering Peace Corps! Teaching Traveling: Curious how the Peace Corps can lead to a life of travel? Wondering what it’s like to travel as a Black, solo female traveler? Read on! Welcome to […]

/ January 4, 2018
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Exploring beautiful Kotor, Montenegro.

Teaching Others to Travel Affordably and Excitingly, via “Alpaca the Bag”

Laura and Dax, exploring how blue an ocean can get! Teaching Traveling: As a lover of those fluffy animals known as alpacas, when I found out there was a travel blog called “Alpaca the Bag”, I had to interview them! Alpacas, […]

/ November 10, 2017
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Christopher filming the streets of Athens, Greece for the Rudderless travel vlog.

A Consultant for Special Needs Students, AND a Travel Blogger!

Christopher’s view of Sacre Coeur in Paris, France. Are you a teacher who is interested in adding travel blogging or vlogging to your life? Are you simply curious to hear how one Special Education specialist from Canada has been able […]

/ October 15, 2017
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Stephanie (History Fangirl) at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello.

Transitioning from Teaching to Full-Time Travel and Remote Work

History Fangirl at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Teaching Traveling: Curious how to transition from teaching to full-time travel? Check out the story of “History Fangirl,” Stephanie Craig! Stephanie, tell us about yourself. Stephanie: I’m originally from Edmond, Oklahoma. I went to […]

/ July 5, 2017
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Phil traveling during a break from teaching in Mexico, at the Hill of 7 Colors in Argentina.

Teaching English in Mexico at a University as a Career Change

Phil traveling during a break from teaching in Mexico, at the Hill of 7 Colors in Argentina. Teaching Traveling: Ever wondered what it’s like to teach abroad in Mexico as a British citizen? Please welcome Phil Charter who will share […]

/ August 30, 2015
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